Published DateCENTER HARBOR — A dinner theater event is planned for July 27 to benefit the Winnipesaukee Wellness Center (WWC).
It features the Interlakes Summer Theatre's production of " Les Miserables" and the gourmet food of Scott Ouellette. Dinner, with choice of roast beef, chicken, or fish, will be served at the Magic Foods Banquet Facility on Rt. 25 in Moultonborough at 5 p.m.
The Interlakes Summer Theatre is a Professional Equity Theatre and the production is at the airconditioned Inter-Lakes High School Community Auditorium.
Nancy Barry, Producing Artistic Director, says : "We are so excited that we are finally able to bring this production to the Lakes Region with an AEA star, Greg Holt from the Les Miserables Broadway National Tour under the direction of Michael McKelvey".
The "Night Out" event replaces a golf tournament which has been the major fund raising activity for the past 13 years. There are a variety of ways to help the WWC with this event. Any individual or company is encouraged to be a sponsor at one of several levels; Title Sponsor $2500, Platinum Sponsor $1500, Gold Sponsor $1000, Silver Sponsor $500, and Bronze Sponsor $150. In addition, cash donations as well as gift certificates or other items for prizes are also welcome.
Tickets may be purchased separately for the theater at $30, the dinner for $45 and the combination for $65. Tickets are currently available at the Winnipesaukee Wellness Center or from any of its members. Reservations must be made before July 10 and can be sent to Winnipesaukee Wellness Center at P.O. Box 184, Center Harbor, NH 03226.
The Winnipesaukee Wellness Center is a self funded, not for profit organization providing supervised exercise programs for all who are striving to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Special exercise equipment is available and strength training groups meet at various times each day.
A nurse is present to provide health status updates, weekly blood pressure checks, monitor oxygen levels, and provide general health education. It is the objective to keep the dues as low as possible to accommodate all who wish to participate. However the dues cover only about 60% of the operating expenses.
Janine Sutcliffe, RN receives tickets from Nancy Barry, Interlakes Summer Theatre for "Les Meserables". (Courtesy photo)